Let’s start with true confessions:
I had a similar fish-eye for a few years some time back but I found so little
use for it in my type of photography that I sold it. My taste turned out to be
that a little goes a long way.
Yours looks like a nice, competent fish eye, ready for when its use will
enhance a shot.
When you need it, nothing else will do, and you’re lucky to have it. I hope you
On Mar 19, 2016, at 11:52, Aram Langhans <leica_r8@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The Rokinon 12mm f2.8 on my Nikon D750. this is one amazingly sharp lens,
especially for the price. View these large if you would like.
So, I took the lens to Spokane’s Riverfront Park, site of the 1974 World’s
Fair (Sorry NY, Spokane was the official World’s Fair). The remnants of the
USA Pavilion is the only official building still standing, by design. It is
still in winter mothballs, but they are starting to get the park ready for
spring. Here are a few shots around the pavilion.
And this one with the bunny,
A bridge over the river
And a vendor across the street
I thought the fisheye was not bad for this portrait. I know there are
background issues with signs and people, but let me know if you thing the
fisheye was acceptable for this shot.
(Semi) Retired Science Teacher
& Unemployed photographer
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